Here's one of the cabinet's I've seen.
http://www.samsclub.com/shopping/naviga ... Catg=10030
Ah... the first one.
Actually looking into this one a bit.... the gentleman at the local Tilt was nice enough to give me access to the menus, but I have to sit down with a manual to determine default settings (as I don't think those were it)
If it's a lot of work Scott don't worry about it. I know your a busy guy so I don't wanna put ya through all that work for a fruitless outcome. Thanks though for all your work.
No worries. That is a popular game, so I'm going to research it.
I'm actually planning to head out to a few local arcades to do extensive research on this sort of stuff very soon. Right now, the Dave and Busters in Frisco, TX is my first planned stop.
Hyperspace, this is a little off topic but I'm the one shooting for 2 million on Indy Jones. My controller doesnt do diagnols good any more and I found the problem. It's the rubber washer on the base of the controller, the one that makes contact with leaf switches. Any ideas of obtaining one or do you have spares I can buy off you? One other quetion what product do you recommend to remove black paint from side art without ruining side art, the victim(Arabian)?
I take it that the Indy game has an original Atari logo joystick on it? If so, I got a fix for ya.
Black paint on an Atari cabinet isn't much of a problem... the artwork on those old Atari games was made tough. The only stuff I've found that will ruin it is orange-based stripper, so keep away from that.... 3M Saftest Stripper is the easiest to use... that and a somewhat dull scraper should clean it up nice with some time.
Yeah, it'd be a shame to wreck that neat artwork underneath...Arabian is one game missing at Funspot (unless they have one in storage)
How about F-Zero AX? I didn't notice it on the scoreboard.
"Don't fight for victory -- fight to improve yourself. Victory will come."
That is one I want to post up, actually. Biggest obstacle to me thus far is the fact that I cannot find one anywhere in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for me to play and research. :cry:
Thanks for the suggestion, though... rest assured that is near the top of my \"Find and research\" list for coin-op.